D.L. Norton General Contracting, Inc.
7730 E. Evans Rd. | Scottsdale, AZ 85260 | 480.998.3913
HOME ABOUT MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE PROJECTS CONTACT

PROJECTS

HISTORIC | WATER & WASTEWATER | PARKS & RECREATION

Tovrea Castle Restoration
Phoenix, Arizona 2009

The restoration of this Phoenix landmark consisted of two phases. The first invlolved hazardous abatement of lead and asbestos from interior and exterior surfaces. The second was a complete historic restoration of the interior and exterior of the castle, including structural, architectural, electrical, and mechanical upgrades to bring the building into compliance with current codes.
Tovrea Castle Restoration

Children’s Museum of Phoenix
Phoenix, Arizona 2008

The process of transforming the Monroe School in downtown Phoenix into a permanent home for the Children’s Museum of Phoenix was a multi-phased effort involving the City of Phoenix and the non-profit museum. The project included both exterior restoration and extensive interior renovation of the historic Monroe School. Exterior upgrades included new roofing, sheet metal cornice & brick masonry restoration as well as new sidewalks, paving, & lighting. Interior renovations encompassed complex structural modifications, new electrical & mechanical systems, and various architectural improvements.

2009 Governor’s Heritage Preservation Honor Award

Children’s Museum of Phoenix

Westward Ho Retrofit & Remodel
Phoenix, AZ 2005

This project consisted of a complete interior and exterior renovation of the Historic Westward Ho building, a Phoenix landmark, currently serving the assisted living community. The project included substantial architectural remodeling, upgrades to electrical, mechanical, automatic fire sprinkler and fire alarm systems and included a complete new chilled water plant. Site work consisted of parking upgrades, site concrete and minor utilities.

2005 Governor’s Heritage Preservation Honor Award

Westward Ho Retrofit & Remodel

El Tovar Hotel Renovation & Site Development
Grand Canyon, AZ 2005

Located on National Park Service property, and operated by the concessionaire, Xanterra South Rim L.L.C., this project consisted of interior and exterior renovations to the historic El Tovar Hotel. Interior work included refurbishing of rooms and upgrades to electrical, mechanical, fire alarm and sprinkler systems. A complete commercial kitchen remodel was also done. The exterior work consisted of new site utilities, septic tank, parking lot paving and striping, site concrete,and stonework.

El Tovar Hotel Renovation & Site Development

Arizona State Capitol Museum Historic Rehabilitation & Repair
Phoenix, Arizona 2003

This project was a historic restoration and mechanical rehabilitation of the original Arizona State Capitol constructed in 1899. The building has been the primary museum of the state since 1974 and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Interior work included the major rehabilitation of electrical and HVAC systems, and the installation of a new fire sprinkler system. Plaster, millwork, and associated architectural finishes were restored. Exterior work included the historic restoration of masonry walls, terne entablature, the copper roof, and wood.

2004 Governor’s Heritage Preservation Honor Award

Arizona State Capitol Museum Historic Rehabilitation & Repair

Historic Greenlee County Courthouse Stabilization and Rehabilitation
Clifton, AZ 1999

Built in 1911, the three-story courthouse began as the administrative center of infant Greenlee County (established March 10, 1909) and maintains that function today with a combination of county offices and courtrooms. The project was a major restoration of historic, structural, and mechanical building components. Restored historic elements included wood doors, windows, millwork, ornamental metal, and plaster.

American Public Works Association 1999 Historic Restoration/Preservation Project of the Year (National Award)

Historic Greenlee County Courthouse Stabilization and Rehabilitation

Hopi House Restoration/Renovation
Grand Canyon, AZ 1996

The Hopi House was designed by Mary Jane Coulter, a well known architect employed by the Fred Harvey Company. Completed in 1905, the building is now designated a National Historic Landmark. This project was a complete restoration/rehabilitation of the building and included demolition, concrete, carpentry, structural steel and restoration work. The major restoration work was concentrated on existing stone, mud plaster and wood. All of this work was performed by D.L. Norton employees.

1997 Governor’s Award for Historic Preservation
&
1996 Commendation for Technical Excellence
- Arizona Masonry Guild

Hopi House Restoration/Renovation

Old Main/Ashurst Restoration
Flagstaff, AZ 1991

Old Main, the oldest building within the Northern Arizona Normal School Historic District, was designed by the Los Angeles architectural firm of Brown and Fischer and was dedicated on May 11, 1900. Old Main is the state’s oldest building constructed of Arizona Red Sandstone (Moenkopi). Ashurst Auditorium, located immediately west of Old Main, was completed in 1920 and is constructed of the same local Moenkopi sandstone.

1991 Governor’s Award for Historic Preservation
&
1991 Mayor of Flagstaff’s Award for Historic Preservation

Old Main/Ashurst Restoration

HISTORIC | WATER & WASTEWATER | PARKS & RECREATION

HOME | ABOUT US | MANAGEMENT | EXPERIENCE | PROJECTS |CONTACT US

© Copyright D.L. Norton General Contracting, Inc. 2010 & beyond. All Rights Reserved.
7730 E. Evans Rd. | Scottsdale, AZ 85260 | 480.998.3913